Sunday, September 20, 2015
Weekly Links: September 20, 2015
Articles you might find interesting:
- 5 Stocks Building Future Yield With Higher Dividends
- In the Search for Optimal Numbers of Stocks in your Portfolio Part 2
- The Fed Is In A Pretty Tight Corner On Future Of Rates
- Dividend Growth Investing at Work - Plenty of Increases to Keep Us All Happy
- How to manage and defend SPX Iron Condors
- Worried about the stock market crash?
The DIV-Net Featured Articles:
- Building Yield: 7 Consumer Goods Dividend Stocks
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- Recent Buy – Starbucks Corp
- Can You Believe there is a 30% Rebate on Toothpaste?
- Dividend Income Update – August 2015
- Stock Analysis of Clorox
Articles from D4L-News:
3 Dividend Stocks to Watch in August and September
Why not just go with a high-yield dividend stock in the short term? Because there is always a risk/reward trade-off. Because really high dividend yield stocks are riskier, there is a chance their share price could take a hit. And their dividend yield could get cut. Meaning, you lose out on capital appreciation and income growth. Below are three of the best long-term dividend stocks to watch...
2 Dividend Stocks to Buy as the Market Plunges
Investing in the stock market takes a lot of patience. Impatient investors often sell solid stocks during market downturns, then regret it a few months later when share prices bounce back to new highs. If that sounds like you, consider buying dependable dividend stocks to ride out the near-term volatility. Not only will dividend payments encourage you to hold a stock for years instead of weeks, they can serve as passive income or boost your stake through dividend reinvestment plans. Today, we'll discuss two low-risk income stocks which are worth a look...
In Volatile Times, Count on Dividend Stocks
Cramer said investors should be using the strong stock market openings seen in recent sessions, where the Dow Jones Industrial Average opened with a triple-digit gain, to exit positions in stocks that don't work, such as many in the minerals and mining sector. "When the market comes back down, you get into these accidental high yielders," Cramer said. "If you buy these stocks that yield 4%, the best thing that happens is they might yield 5% when you buy more." Cramer stressed the importance of dividend stocks in this volatile market. "It worked in 2008, and it will work now." Jim Cramer sees opportunities in solid dividend stocks like...
3 High-Yield MLPs to Buy Amid the Crude Oil Rout
The collapse in the price of crude oil is scary. I wouldn’t particularly want to own an upstream exploration and production MLP like Linn Energy (LINE) in this environment. But most of the larger MLPs get most of their revenues from midstream transportation and are mostly insensitive to energy prices. And whatever modest exposure to energy prices they have right now can’t quite justify the 22% decline in the JPMorgan Alerian MLP ETF (AMJ) since early May. Today, I’m going to take a look at three midstream MLPs that have taken an unjustified beating...
2 Dividend Stocks to Buy and 1 to Avoid
How can investors not like dividend stocks? Dividend stocks can be a phenomenal way for investors to build wealth over time and in recent years with rock bottom interest rates dividend stocks have been extremely popular with income investors. While that interest may wane slightly as interest rates move higher, dividend stocks will still remain an extremely valuable option for long-term investors. With that said, here are two great dividend stocks for your watch list and one to avoid...
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